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THE ELM TREASON NEWSLETTER NUMBER 62

JUNE 24, 2022

ELM TREASON LATEST

– Studio work on “WITHOUT A TRIBE” continues. 

Shhh… Don’t say anything… but a little birdy told us that the ELM TREASON ONLINE SHOP will be having a massive storewide event soon … like VERY SOON. And trust us, it’s going to be all kinds of cool. Stay tuned.

– Our private FACEBOOK group “The Uptown Q” has reach ONE HUNDRED PEOPLE! 

– Andy’s 2005 Ford Focus has finally gone to that junk yard in the sky. We bow our heads…

Your Input: Drummers!

So, we’re not necessarily asking who you think the BEST drummer in rock and roll is… 

Rather, we’re asking which drummer reaches you most. Who is is YOUR personal favorite, regardless of technical skills – the one whose rhythms, grooves and pockets just set your musical soul aflame!

What do you think?

Let’s hear from you!

Hit that comments section!

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John Taylor

Ringo Starr 😎

Al Seger

Neal Smith – Alice Cooper Group
Ringo – Some band from Kidneypool or something

Laura

John Bonham, but I think Phil Collins deserves a shout out

Ann Groff

RINGO and Neal Peart

Phil

Bev Bevan and Phil Rudd

David

That Ginger Baker was a pretty good drummer, pretty good Polo player too from what I understand LOL. John Bonham had some good riffs. That guy from The pretenders years ago saw him he was pretty impressive, anywho… Good funny this week, thank you for that!!

Shelley Briley

Neal Peart, Ringo Starr, Rick Allen

Vincent Peteroy

John Bonham
Neil Peart
Stewart Copeland
In that order…

Bill Boys

Liberty Devitto. During the early years when Billy Joel was more of a band. I was gonna say Peart because he’s like three drummers and nobody does the incredible stuff he did, but I really can’t because although I love a lot of Rush songs, I don’t ever just listen to them.

Ellen Hakala

Levon Helm from The Band and Clifton James who played with Bo Diddley..

Ellen Hakala

Thanks Andy I was all most going to say as well the drummer who played for Elvis because that was always the beat my foot was tapping too….D.J Fontana

Markcaro

I would say Keith Moon.
He’s definitely his own thing. A unique drummer.

Kris carpenter

Obviously Dave grohl is an absolute icon but my favorite drummers are many in numbers. Chris ballinger the first drummer i ever played along too from flaw. Travis barker of course is phenomenal. Sam McCandless from cold,Ray Luzier from Korn, Joey Jordison from slipknot, and way too many more to post. They have all spoken to me through music and evolved me as a drummer just by showing me what’s possible….. o ya and as a ginger myself I can’t forget the mad man Ginger Baker.

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William Meaders

Ringo Starr and John Densmore

Barb Hill

Yes a gift of gas would be impressive. Lol. Drummer for Def Leapard makes working harder look easy

Birthdays This Past Week

Some birthdays we did not mention on our Facebook page…

Ann Wilson of Heart and founder of Argent, turned 72 last Sunday.

Brian Welch, guitarist for Korn, had his 53rd birthday last Sunday.

Steve Shelley drummer for Sonic Youth turned 60 on Thursday.

Todd Rundgren was 74 on Wednesday.

Anne Murray turned 77 on Monday.

Last Friday, Barry Manilow turned 79.

Cyndi Lauper celebrated birthday number 69 on Wednesday.

Happy 86th Birthday to Kris Kristofferson (Wednesday).

Joey Kramer, Aerosmith drummer, turned 72 on Tuesday.

Ray Davies of the Kinks had his 78th birthday on Tuesday.

INXS bass player Garry Beers is 65. (Wednesday)

Lionel Richie turned 73 on Monday.

John Taylor, bassist and co-founder of Duran Duran, was 62 on Monday.

There’s just something about an ACOUSTIC

PHOTO OF THE WEEK

Two New York boys among the wild Texas sunflowers – July, 2021

6 YEARS AGO THIS PAST WEEK

A jury rules that LED ZEPPELIN is not guilty of plagiarizing the intro of “Stairway To Heaven” from the 1968 song “Taurus” by the band Spirit. (Four years later, the case is sent back to trial on a technicality, but is upheld in a 2020 ruling).

32 YEARS AGO THIS PAST WEEK

Actor Gary Busey, best-known for his lead role in the controversial 1978 biopic The Buddy Holly Story, purchases one of Buddy’s guitars for approximately $240,000.

42 YEARS AGO THIS PAST WEEK

Led Zeppelin begin what will be their last tour with a concert in Dortmund, Germany.

 

43 YEARS AGO THIS PAST WEEK

Supertramp’s LP Breakfast In America hits NUMBER ONE in the country it was named after.

 

53 YEARS AGO THIS PAST WEEK

David Bowie records “Space Oddity,” which he wrote after seeing the 1968 Stanley Kubrick movie 2001: A Space Odyssey.

 

57 YEARS AGO THIS PAST WEEK

The Kinks play a show in Springfield, Illinois, that they later learn was organized by John Wayne Gacy, who would become well known as a notorious serial killer.

 

74 YEARS AGO THIS PAST WEEK

The Columbia label announces its new technological breakthrough, a “long-playing” vinyl phonograph record that can hold up to 23 minutes of music on a side.

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The More You Know…

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